Saturday’s college football fun doesn’t stop with the main slate. We’ve got an eight-game prime time slate that starts at 7:00 p.m. ET to wet our football appetite before a Sunday full of pro football. There are several great games to analyze for the best college football DFS picks on this slate.
No. 1 Georgia heads to Starkville for a matchup with Mississippi State. Oregon hosts Washington in a game with massive Pac-12 ramifications. Kansas travels to Texas Tech with Big 12 positioning on the line. Auburn hosts Texas A&M as both teams look to get back on track. Undefeated TCU heads to Texas as 7.5-point underdogs against the Longhorns. Wake Forest plays host to North Carolina in a game that should have a ton of scoring. Sean Tucker and Syracuse welcome Florida State to Upstate New York. Last, but certainly not least, California heads to Oregon State for a little Pac-12 action after dark.
With eight games in play and a few teams still playing against inferior competition, there are plenty of strong CBB DFS picks at every position. This article will provide NCAAF DFS picks and lineup advice for the DraftKings slate on November 12 that locks at 7:00 p.m. ET. Let’s dive into our College Football DFS picks.
College Football DFS Picks: Week 11 Saturday Night CFB Picks
Drake Maye, North Carolina ($8,700): Maye has been a staple in our content all season, and with him priced at $8,700 tonight, this slate will be no exception. Our top projected quarterback for any slate on Saturday, Maye has been phenomenal for the Tar Heels, averaging 36.8 DraftKings points per game. One of the best floor/ceiling combinations in college football, Maye finds himself in a really good spot on Saturday night matched up with a Wake Forest defense that ranks 183rd in the country against opposing quarterbacks. 2,964 yards passing with 31 touchdowns and only three interceptions, Maye also has 513 yards rushing with four touchdowns on the ground. Elite play in all formats, fade Maye at your own if you aren’t playing him.
Other Quarterbacks: Bo Nix, Oregon ($9,700); Sam Hartman, Wake Forest ($8,500); Max Duggan, TCU ($8,100); Quinn Ewers, Texas ($6,700); Robby Ashford, Auburn ($5,800); Garrett Shrader, Syracuse ($5,200)
Bijan Robinson, Texas ($8,900) — Robinson is our top projected running back for any slate on Saturday. He looks like an elite option in all formats at $8,900. Averaging 29.7 DraftKings points per game, Robinson has been unstoppable recently with 79.4 DraftKings points combined just over the past two games. During this two-game stretch, Robinson has rushed 54 times for 349 yards and two touchdowns on the ground while also catching three passes for 75 yards and a touchdown through the air. In an elite spot facing a TCU defense that ranks 277th in the country against opposing running backs, Robinson is almost impossible to get away from.
Devin Neal, Kansas ($6,000) — Projected behind only Robinson as the second-highest scoring running back on the slate, Devin Neal looks like arguably the top value play on the slate at $6,000. Averaging 17.6 DraftKings points per game, Neal is coming off a monster 51.4 DraftKings point outing last week against Oklahoma State, and he finds himself in another fantastic spot on Saturday night against a Texas Tech defense that comes into this game ranked 350th in the country against opposing running backs. 32 carries for 224 yards and a touchdown on the ground against Oklahoma State, Neal also reeled in six of seven targets for 110 yards as the Jayhawks blew out the Cowboys 37-16. Too cheap at $6,000, Neal is a cog in our machine type in all formats.
Other Running Backs: Sean Tucker, Syracuse ($6,500); Bucky Irving, Oregon ($5,700); Tank Bigsby, Auburn ($5,400); Damien Martinez, Oregon State ($5,000); Le’Veon Moss, Texas A&M ($3,300)
Josh Downs, North Carolina ($7,800) — Downs is projected behind only Rashee Rice as the top receiver for any slate on Saturday. The star receiver is arguably the top overall play for any position on Saturday night. Averaging 27.5 DraftKings points per game, Downs has been almost as hot as Bijan Robinson over the past two games, combining for 76.8 DraftKings points in wins over Pittsburgh and Virginia. Quarterback Drake Maye’s clear top target, Downs has 26 catches for 268 yards and three touchdowns over this current two-game stretch, and matched up with a Wake Forest defense that ranks 363rd in the country against opposing No. 1 wide receivers, he’s in a great spot to continue his hot streak to three games.
A.T. Perry, Wake Forest ($7,300) — Going right to the other side of this game, Perry looks like the perfect run-back option to pair with Maye and Downs. Averaging 18.1 DraftKings points per game, Perry is coming off his best game of the season, putting up 36.9 DraftKings points in a loss to North Carolina State. While North Carolina can score with the best of them, they can also give up a lot of points, and expect quarterback Sam Hartman to target Perry early and often as the Demon Deacons look to snap a two-game losing streak. Massive ceiling in this spot, as evidenced by the 33.9 DraftKings points he scored against the Tar Heels last year, fade Perry at your own risk at this cheap price point.
Other Wide Receivers: Rome Odunze, Washington ($7,700); Xavier Worthy, Texas ($6,600); Jalen McMillan, Washington ($6,500); Antoine Green, North Carolina ($6,200); Evan Stewart, Texas A&M ($6,000); Oronde Gadsden II, Syracuse ($5,900); Moose Muhammad III, Texas A&M ($5,400); J.Michael Sturdivant, California ($5,200); Ja’Tavion Sanders, Texas ($4,000)
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